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Trump administration to end immigration protections for Haitians, giving them 18 months to leave ()
The Trump administration has given 50,000 Haitians with provisional residency 18 months to leave the United States, announcing Monday that it will not renew the Temporary Protected Status designation that has allowed them to remain in the country since a 2010 earthquake leveled the island country’s capital and killed 200,000. Announced Monday by the Department […]
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Steve Scalise, Steny Hoyer and 15 other lawmakers want to help you have a civil Thanksgiving dinner ()
Seventeen lawmakers taped heartfelt video messages reflecting on what glues us together as Americans — including the two House members whose job it is to keep their own party united against the opposition.
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Q&A for federal workers: Medicare and the FEHBP ()
Federal retirees with Medicare coverage have special considerations when choosing a Federal Employees Health Benefits Program plan.
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Meet Paul Ryan's 'Cindy,' a single mom who he says gets $700 from the tax bill ()
Ryan's numbers add up, to a certain extent. But he only tells half of the story.
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From Charlie Rose to Donald Trump: 6 thorny questions for Washington on sexual harassment ()
Now that this seems to be systemic, Washington has a lot to figure out.
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Sexual harassment accusations against Charlie Rose and Glenn Thrush feed the 'fake news' narrative ()
If they were fake in the way they presented themselves, the reasoning goes, maybe they were fake in their reporting, too.
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Trump suggests that protesting NFL player is more loyal to Mexico than to U.S. ()
Trump continues to suggest that NFL players protesting racism are against America.
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Federal judge blocks Trump's executive order on denying funding to sanctuary cities ()
A federal judge has issued an injunction to permanently block President Trump’s executive order to deny funding to cities that refused to cooperate with federal immigration officials after finding the order unconstitutional.
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Meet Paul Ryan’s ‘Cindy,’ a single mom who he says gets $700 from the tax bill ()
The house speaker fails to account for what happens after 2018 in his estimate for Cindy.
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Does Trump still want Clinton to be investigated? ()
President Trump said in his victory speech last year that the U.S. owes a “debt of gratitude” to Hillary Clinton. After he took office, his tone changed.
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For Trump, fighting with athletes is political sport ()
The president has repeatedly jousted with sports figures as foils in the culture wars and in his personal feuds.
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Democrats see backlash over Republicans’ tax bill as a key to winning in the suburbs ()
Democratic wins in the latest election, and polling about the tax bill, have led the party to think that they can cleave millions of voters from the GOP.
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Trump golf course reimbursed President Trump’s charity amid ongoing investigation into the foundation ()
A new tax filing by the Donald J. Trump Foundation confirms it plans to dissolve once a probe by the New York attorney general is complete.
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Trump returns North Korea to the very short list of nations labeled as terrorism sponsors ()
The president reinstates a largely symbolic designation that was erased by George W. Bush as a diplomatic gesture.
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Second woman accuses Franken of inappropriate touching ()
But the senator, who is spending the holidays in D.C., has no plans to step down, according to multiple Democrats.
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She put an obscene anti-Trump message on her truck and was arrested. Now she might sue. ()
Karen Fonseca said her “F--k Trump” decal wasn't anything worse than some of the president's own statements.
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A second woman accuses Franken of inappropriate touching ()
According to a CNN report filed on Nov. 20, a second woman has accused Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) of inappropriate touching, this time after he joined the Senate.
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Trump takes aim at athletes ()
President Trump has criticized athletes, including NFL player Colin Kaepernick and Stephen Curry. His latest attacks targeted LaVall Ball and Marshawn Lynch.
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Recent wave elections in the House have not been so obvious a year in advance ()
Cook Political Report's House ratings underestimate wave elections 12 months out.
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Moore accuser’s ‘Today’ show interview, annotated ()
Roy Moore accuser Leigh Corfman spoke to the “Today” show Nov. 20, following allegations she made in The Washington Post that U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore seduced and molested her when she was 14.
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Trump puts North Korea back on state sponsors of terrorism list to escalate pressure over nuclear weapons ()
The president's decision comes days after his return from a 12-day trip to Asia during which he sought to bolster international pressure on North Korea
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Where the Trump campaign and Russian actors overlapped ()
Nearly two dozen contacts involving eight campaign aides.
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Trump won't answer reporters' questions about Roy Moore ()
Despite tweeting about the sexual assault accusations against Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) on Nov. 16, Trump stayed silent during a Nov. 20 cabinet meeting when asked about Roy Moore, the Alabama Republican senate candidate accused of sexual misconduct.
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Why Trump should be more wary of below-4 percent unemployment than he seems to be ()
Very-low unemployment rates often precede recessions.
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